Person sending the letter: To send a letter to an inmate you have to address the envelope the way the jail wants it. In the upper left hand corner you need to print the sender’s name and address.
Person receiving the letter:
The first line should have the inmate’s name. It should be the name he is booked under at that time. Right after the name you will need to put his sid number.
The second line will be the inmate’s location. A location of ADC6BG23 would be broken down as Adult Detention Center (ADC), sixth floor, unit BG, cell 23. Since the ADC doesn’t really help to find an inmate you will frequently be given the location without the ADC portion. Either way will work.
The third line should have Bexar County Adult Detention Center on it but you can write B.C.A.D.C. instead.
The fourth and fifth lines will have the actual physical address of the jail. This is the address you will send regular mail to for both the Main Jail and the Annex. The mail room will separate it.
Envelopes not addressed correctly will usually be returned to the sender.